In this episode, Adam and Budi speak with their mentor and great friend Stephen Wangh.
Stephen Wangh has been a playwright, director, and teacher of acting. He is the author of An Acrobat of the Heart, a physical approach to acting inspired by the work of Jerzy Grotowski (Vintage, Random House, 2000) and of The Heart of Teaching: Empowering Students in the Performing Arts (Routledge, 2012).
He is the author of 15 plays and was one of the writers of The People’s Temple (Glickman award: Best play in the Bay Area, 2005). He was Associate Writer for The Laramie Project (Emmy nomination 2002), and dramaturg of Moisés Kaufman’s Gross Indecency, the three trials of Oscar Wilde (1997).
Watch excerpts from a talk at New York University's Experimental Theatre Wing.
Mentioned in this episode:
NYU's Experimental Theatre Wing
Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind
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